The Merced Express, Merced, CA. Friday March 10, 1933

Herbert Landram Is Called By Death

Francis Herbert Landram, a resident of Merced for the past forty-four years, passed away in the Robertson Sanitarium in Modesto Tuesday, death following an illness of several months.
The remains were brought to Merced, and with the Rev. David McMartin officiating, funeral services were held in the Ivers & Alcorn chapel yesterday afternoon. Entombment was in the Evergreen mausoleum.

Mr. Landram was born in Lamar, Missouri, January 5, 1877, and came to Merced with other members of his family in 1889.
He attended the local schools and later conducted a grocery business with his brother and I.N. Albright. During recent years he was engaged in the purchase and shipping of livestock.

He was a kindly, genial gentleman of exemplary conduct and was universally esteemed.

He leaves a widow, Grace Abell Landram; three daughters, Mrs. Gertrude Oneto and Misses Dorothy and Frances Landram, all residents of Merced, and a brother, Edger Landram of Monterey.
 

 

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